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He Who Laughs
By Ian Cohen   Directed by Reuven Russell
with Gore Abrams, Kate Kenney, Chuck Montgomery,
Jane Tamarkin, and Matt Walker

New York, present day. God has blessed Alfred Wells with great prosperity. Now He has commanded that Al sacrifice his teenage son as a “burnt offering.” Will he do it? A fascinating modern-day retelling of the Binding of Isaac.
Dec. 14-16
he Off-Broadway Theater, 41 Broadway, New Haven

Made possible by a grant from the Connecticut Humanities Fund.

The Jewish Plays Project Second Annual
New Haven Playwriting Contest
Directed by David Winitsky
A showcase of new Jewish work in which the audience votes on which play gets a full
New York workshop. Come help choose the next great Jewish play! 

February 16
JCC Vine Auditorium, 360 Amity Rd., Woodbridge


The Last Seder
By Jennifer Maisel
Directed by Dana Sachs
A dysfunctional family reunion as four daughters return for the final Passover celebration in their childhood home. Starring members of the Greater New Haven community.
This production contains adult language and sexual situations.

Thursday, Mar. 6, 8 pm
Sunday, Mar. 9, 2 and 7 pm
Monday, Mar. 10, 8 pm

JCC Vine Auditorium
, 360 Amity Rd., Woodbridge
I'm Not Like You
by Itta-Chana Englander
Directed by DeDe Jacobs-Komisar

Orthodox Jews aren’t gay.
Or HIV-positive.
Or alcoholic.
Except when they are.

A play about stigma, family, and friendship.
Starring members of the Slifka/New Haven community.
The play will be followed by a talkback with the playwright and a representative of AIDS Project New Haven. Email for audition info!

Thursday, March 27, 8 pm

The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale,
80 Wall St., New Haven

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